Table of contents for Handbook of South American archaeology / edited by Helaine Silverman and William H. Isbell.


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1.    Continental Introduction ...............................    3
Helaine Silverman
II. EARLY OCCUPATIONS OF SOUTH AMERICA
2.    Profiles in Pleistocene History ........................... .  29
Tom D. Dillehay
3.    Chinchorro Culture: Pioneers of the Coast
of the Atacama Desert ..................................   45
Bernardo T Arriaza, Vivien G. Standen, Vicki Cassman,
and Calogero M. Santoro
4.    Early Occupations in the Southern Cone ....................  59
Luis Alberto Borrero
5.   The Process of Sedentism in Northwestern South America .......  79
J. Scott Raymond
III. ENVIRONMENT AND SUBSISTENCE
.    Central Andean Environments ............................   93
Daniel H. Sandweiss and James B. Richardson III
SPlant Domestication and the Shift to Agriculture in the Andes ....  105
Deborah M. Pearsall
Animal Domestication in South America ....................  121
Peter W Stahl
9.     High Elevation Foraging Societies .........................  131
Mark S. Aldenderfer
10.     Early Fishing Societies in Western South America .............  145
Daniel H. Sandweiss
11.     Amazonia: The Historical Ecology of a Domesticated
Landscape............................................     157
Clark L. Erickson
12.     The Archaeology of Agriculture in Ancient Amazonia ...........  185
Jos4 R. Oliver
13.     Agricultural Earthworks on the French Guiana Coast ..........  217
Stephen Rostain
14.     The Pampas and Campos of South America ..................  235
Gustavo Politis
IV. LOWLAND MOUNDBUILDERS
15.     Pre-Columbian Mound Complexes in the Upano River
Valley, Lowland Ecuador ................................  263
Ernesto Salazar
16.     The Archaeology of the Guianas: An Overview ................  279
Stdphen Rostain
17.     Barrancoid and Arauquinoid Mound Builders
in  Coastal Suriname....................................  303
Aad H. Versteeg
18.     Sambaqui (Shell Mound) Societies of Coastal Brazil ............  319
Maria Dulce Gaspar Paulo DeBlasis, Suzanne K. Fish,
and Paul R. Fish
V. CONTINENTAL VARIATIONS IN NON-STATE
COMPLEXITY
19.     The Nonagricultural Chiefdoms of Maraj6 Island .............  339
Denise Pahl Schaan
20.     Ecology, Ceramic Chronology and Distribution, Long-term
History, and Political Change in the Amazonian
Floodplain...........................................   359
Eduardo Gdes Neves
21.     Chiefdoms of Southwestern Colombia ......................  381
Robert D. Drennan
22.     Late Pre-Hispanic Chiefdoms of Northern Colombia
and the Formation of Anthropogenic Landscapes ..............  405
Augusto Oyuela-Cavcedo
23.     The Prehistory of Venezuela - Not Necessarily
an Intermediate Area ................................   429
Rodrigo Navarrete
24.     The Ecuadorian Formative...............................  459
James A. Zeidler
25.     Early Regional Polities of Coastal Ecuador ...................  489
Maria A. Masucci
26.     Late Pre-Hispanic Polities of Coastal Ecuador ................  505
Colin McEwan and Florencio Delgado-Espinoza
27.     Late Pre-Hispanic Chiefdoms of Highland Ecuador ............  527
Tamara L. Bray
28.     The Formative Period in the Titicaca Basin ...................  545
Christine A. Hastorf
29.     Paracas and Nasca: Regional Cultures on the South
Coast of Peru.........................................  563
Donald A. Proulx
30.     Social Landscapes in Pre-Inca Northwestern Argentina .........  587
Juan B. Leoni and FJlix A. Acuto
VI. DEMOGRAPHIC AND CULTURAL EXPANSIONS
31.     Early Cultural Complexity on the Coast of Peru ...............  607
Shelia Pozorski and Thomas Pozorski
32.     Andean Urbanism  .....................................  633
KrzysztofMakowski
33.     The Tupi Expansion ....................................  659
Francisco Silva Noelli
34.     Life on the Move: Bioarchaeological Contributions
to the Study of Migration and Diaspora Communities
in  the Andes ..........................................  671
Tiffiny A. Tung
35.     Chavin de Hudntar and Its Sphere of Influence ...............  681
Richard L. Burger
VII. STATES AND EMPIRES OF THE CENTRAL ANDES
36.     The Mochicas .........................................  707
Luis Jaime Castillo Butters and Santiago Uceda Castillo
37.     Wari and Tiwanaku: International Identities
in the Central Andean Middle Horizon ..................... .731
William H. Isbell
38.     Between Horizons: Diverse Configurations of
Society and Power in the Late Pre-Hispanic
Central Andes  ........................................  761
Jalh Dulanto
39.     The Chimfi Empire ....................................  783
Jerry D. Moore and Carol J. Mackey
40.     The Inca Empire  ......................................  809
R. Alan Covey
41.     The Inca Khipu: Knotted-Cord Record Keeping in the Andes ....  831
Gary Urton
42.     Experiencing Inca Domination in Northwestern Argentina
and the Southern Andes ..................................... 845
Felix A. Acuto
VIII. INTERACTIONS
43.     Inter-zonal Relationships in Ecuador .......................  865
Francisco Valdez
44.     Cultural Boundaries and Crossings: Ecuador and Peru .........  889
Jean Guffroy
45.     Chachapoyas: Cultural Development at an Andean
Cloud Forest Crossroads ................................  903
Warren B. Church and Adriana von Hagen
46.     The Llanos de Mojos ...................................  927
John H. Walker
47.     Amazonian Mosaics: Identity, Interaction, and Integration
in the Tropical Forest ...................................  941
Michael J. Heckenberger
48.     The Archaeology of Northern Chile ........................  963
Mario A. Rivera
49.     Interaction and Social Fields in San Pedro de Atacama,
Northern  Chile ........................................  979
Emily Stovel
IX. DEATH PRACTICES AND BELIEFS
50.     Prehistoric Funeral Practices in the Brazilian Amazon:
The MaracA  Urns ......................................  1005
Vera Guapindaia
51.     Ancestor Images in the Andes ............................ 1027
George F Lau
52.     Trophy Head-Taking and Human Sacrifice in Andean
South America ........................................  1047
John W Verano
X. ETHICS AND PRACTICE IN SOUTH AMERICAN ARCHAEOLOGY
53.     Archaeology, Globalization and the Nation: Appropriating
the Past in Ecuador ................................... .  1063
0. Hugo Benavides
54.     Cultural Heritage Management in Peru: Current
and Future Challenges..................................... 1073
Alvaro Higueras
55.     The Bennett Monolith: Archaeological Patrimony
and Cultural Restitution in Bolivia .........................  1089
Isabel Scarborough
56.     Modernity and Politics in Colombian Archaeology ............. 1103
Crist6bal Gnecco
57.     From the Erasure to the Rewriting of Indigenous Pasts:
The Troubled Life of Archaeology in Uruguay ................ 1115
Gustavo Verdesio
58.     Public Archaeology and Management of the Brazilian
Archaeological-Cultural Heritage ......................... 1127
Rossano Lopes Bastos and Pedro Paulo A. Funari



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Indians of South America Antiquities, Indians of South America Social life and customs, Archaeology South America History, South America Civilization